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set isled on frank sinatra, jr. >> in 1963, hollywood star his kidnapped son.o savee >> he was defeated for the first time. >> also on the battlefield and the home front. >> they are bred for work and kept for work. >> how does man's best friend become a superdog. >> the longer you are with a dog the more he wants to work for you. >> and see this act. >> hello, forest. >> in his most important role. >> you are the providers of our freedom and we don't take that for granted. >> gary i sinise helping true american heros. >> i'm allison camerota. >> i'm dana perino. >> i'm claudia cowen and that is all next on "fox files." ♪ call me irresponsible ." >> in the fall of 1963, sinatra was on top of the world. the lead ever of the glamorous rat pack which featured the likes of dean martin and sammy davis, jr. his latest hit on the charts was "call me irresponsible" and his movies were still doing big business at the box office. he was in the middle of filming another rat pack movie robin and the 7 hoods which costarred barbara rush who also happens to be my mother. >> how do you
a list of people and i finally set isled on frank sinatra, jr. >> in 1963, hollywood star his kidnapped son.o savee >> he was defeated for the first time. >> also on the battlefield and the home front. >> they are bred for work and kept for work. >> how does man's best friend become a superdog. >> the longer you are with a dog the more he wants to work for you. >> and see this act. >> hello, forest. >> in his most important role. >> you are the providers of our freedom and we don't take that for granted. >> gary i sinise helping true american heros. >> i'm allison camerota. >> i'm dana perino. >> i'm claudia cowen and that is all next on "fox files." ♪ call me irresponsible ." >> in the fall of 1963, sinatra was on top of the world. the lead ever of the glamorous rat pack which featured the likes of dean martin and sammy davis, jr. his latest hit on the charts was "call me irresponsible" and his movies were still doing big business at the box office. he was in the middle of filming another rat pack movie robin and the 7 hoods which costarred barbara rush who also happens to be my moth
between frank sinatra and which real life gangster? >> bill: cards up, please. an easy one. the answer is sam giancana. i am writing about him in killing kennedy. he plays a role. not that you care but i thought i would mention it tied, very thrilling so far. here is question number two. the notorious john dillinger robbed dozens of banks in the 1930s. >> on the floor, now, now. >> game mr. president called spin the dial. >> dillinger was eventually gunned down outside a chicago movie theater after the fbi was tipped off to whereabouts by whom? his mother, b a prostitute he was seeing. c, a member of his own gang and d the theater's ticket taker. who dropped the dime on dillinger? cards up, please and the answer is a prostitute. that's correct. >> the hooker. >> i knew callum was going to rise to the gangster thing. she looks innocent but here it is. question number three, george baby face nelson was portray gey movie. >> george nelson it's a pleasure. [inaudible] will you, buddy? [gunfire] >> all right. that's a crazy cohen brothers there that movie. to this day, baby-faced nelson sti
they will need them. >> now to a song or a frank sinatra famously made. the private companies offering to fly you to the moon. to get there, you had better be willing to fork out to 1.2 $5 billion. this is 40 years after apollo 17 went to the moon. our correspondent has all of the details. >> december, 1972. nasa sense and astronauts to the moon for the last time. no one has been back since. >> one giant leap for private enterprise. >> some former employees have launched a new company. it says it will soon be offering commercial flight back to the surface. >> our vision is to create a reliable and affordable u.s.- based, commercial lunar transportation system. >> this is the module they used 40 years ago and this is what they hope will take people there by 2020. the company says it will cost $1.4 billion. it will be open to corporations and wealthy individuals. countries like japan, south korea and south africa would be able to carry out research on the lunar surface. 40 years ago, only the resources of the u.s. could send an astronaut to them in. now there is no political will or the money to do
about her connection to frederick fields. the fbi also kept files on other celebrities including frank sinatra. >> 1-3 inches around the but area. we're already seeing winery weather edging into the state and a big chunk of precipitation in two areas. we're going to be in the middle slot, so we will get some wintery weather tomorrow. about a 1-3-inch deal that should clear up by tomorrow afternoon and a cold windy sunday. we'll be right back. have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. >>> that's it for us right now, but remember we're going to have a special show on tomorrow between 9:00 and 10:00 to talk about
's definitely '50s and '60s. we do dean martin, frank sinatra, boss onova. joany mitchell. >> we're all excited. but you know what we're not excited about? "30 rock" coming to an end. >> i know, dude. >> final episode coming up in about a month. >> right. >> are you sad the show is ending if. >> yes. but what a blessing to be on, i think it's the holy grail of come by, i've learned so much from tina fey and alec baldwin and they're so gracious and smart. seven years is a good, long run but, of course, it's a bummer. >> so your run is not over? >> tv, film, music. you have an album coming out? >> i do. i signed with tony atv music publishing so my first album will be out in april of 2013. i'll do a couple of my new songs at the kennedy center. i can't believe i'm saying that. it's so awesome. >> you'll be front and center at the kennedy center. >> just me and the national simil symphony. what can't you do. >> i can't dunk a basketball. >> you're like 6'2". >> i should be able to but i can't. >> you have no hops? >> i can grab the rim but it's not cute. >> that's your goal. >> right. >> one of yo
of people love it celebrities, of course frank favorite of frank sinatra and many other celebrities. chef scognamillo joins us with his meatballs. it's so hard to be sitting over there and sitting over here. what have we got exactly? >> that's the idea. the ultimate christmas dish is the meatball lasagna. it's been on the menu since jay one. my grandfather, patsy was the original chef and my dad took of and therch i took over in 1985. it's like unwrapping a christmas present. each layer a little cheese meatball, and sauce. it reminds me of family. this these are the dishes we would cook at home. we used to be closed on mondays. now we're open seven days a week, so monday was our sunday and it would always be at grandma and grandpa's house. >> happy birthday to your dad who turned 8 0rks by0, by the way. >> you're so close. what's it like to have three generations? >> i actually took television and film production in school because i didn't think i with us going do it. my friends said, what are you going to school for, you're going to work with your family at the restaura
monroe at bing crosby's house, a famous party move from frank sinatra's house because kennedy had been warned frank was involved in mafia figures. you can imagine bill o'reilly nursing all these names, his sentence says everyone seeing them knew that president kennedy was going to sleep with marilyn monroe that night, period. no attribution. how does he knows this? he had a source, the source was an interview in the london daily mail which was that tabloid in london and reported years ago and he said it was confirmed by a secret service agent at the party that could not be identified. as that verifiable? forces are important. how a writer knows what he is writing about is important and some of the popular histories gloss over that. >> not just popular history to add one last point which was 2012 in general there were many conversations about fact checking and corroborating sources, verifying facts, making sure what he wrote was true. all of bose things to some degree brought down one of the rising stars writing about neuroscience and creativity. his newest book imagine came out and it
marilyn monroe and being crosspiece house in florida, a famous party, which moved from frank sinatra's house because kennedy had been warned that frank was involved with mafia figures. you can imagine bill o'reilly nursing all these name. get a sentence that said everyone knew they would sleep with marilyn monroe that night. no attribution. how did you know this? he had a source. the source was an interview in the london daily mail, which is a tabloid in london that have reported this years ago and he said it was confirmed by a secret service agent was at the party, but could not be identified. is that verifiable? sources are important. how a writer knows what about, especially in history is important. they gloss over that. >> host: it's not just popular history to have one last point that in 2012 in general what many conversations about fact checking and cooperating forces, verifying facts, making sure which you wrote is actually true. all of those things to some degree brought down general layer who for some years have been thought of as one of the rising stars, bragging about neur
elizabeth taylor, the royals frank sinatra. she has written about nancy reagan. she has written about the bush family and a beautiful book out, on our coffee table at home. not the white house. photos of the john f. kennedy family by a great photographer stanley tredick, kitty kelly. great to see you. wanted to get you in. a series of these, a very very special guest. how did you get these stanley was probably the last real photo journalists. he worked for upi. >> that's how he got to know the family so well. he was so close to john kennedy that he was hired by "look magazine" after kennedy was president and his sole assignment was the kennedys because he had such assets. >> whether you see these photographs, first i have to tell you you know i met and interviewed john f. kennedy. he is my hero, has been. he was still then a united states senator. millions like me who were inspired to get into politics. >> according to the last gallup poll jfk remains the most popular person in american history. not the most important. i think historians would say ab
not pout i'm telling you why ♪ >> santa claus is coming to town. >> to town. young frank sinatra. >> well, finally this time of year children wish santa were their father so they could live near his toy workshop, at the north pole, things like that. this one is our "favorite story of the day." >> a minnesota man got pretty close to the child's dream come true when he learned santa was about to become his father-in-law. check it out. >> any bed heody here want a snl fight. >> donning the red suit and helping out old st. nick for more than a decade. >> what would you like? >> reporter: elmer and his christmas spirit fill the hearts of thousand of children dreaming of christmas morning. >> committee. >> what's most rewarding to me is how unique the children are when they're in this magic moment of believing in santa claus. >> ho-ho-ho. >> reporter: after all that time, a newly magic moment. one of the children, elmer held 12 years ago is his own son-in-law. >> it was unique. >> reporter: it was all discovered by accident when chris berg got engaged to elmer's daughter liz. chris' mother was
at being crosbies house that was moved from frank sinatra because kennedy had been warned franc was involved with some mafia. you can imagine bill o'reilly looking at these names. and everyone knew that president kennedy would sleep with marilyn monroe that night. period. no retribution. how does he know that? he had a source from the london daily mail, a tabloid that had recorded this years ago and confirmed by secret service agent who was at the party but could not be identified. is that verifiable? it is something. sources are important. how he knows he is writing about is important and a popular history losses over that. >> guest: 2012 in general there were conversations of fact checking, corroborating sources, that what you wrote to was true and it brought down general there who writing about neuroscience so the book imagine can now and it turns out he had fabricated one source said copied extensively from earlier writings. as a result the publisher had to withdraw the book and it remains to b.c. -- remains to be seen his career. >> host: "the new york times" best seller li
at one of the bizarre kidnappings in history, 1963 kidnapping of frank sinatra, junior. plus, the four legged heroes working hard to protect our troops. i take you inside of the world to super dogs to find out what it takes to train these dogs to meet tern concerns of today. >> some dogs go on to be law enforcement dogs. >> greta: this canine responded to the newtown, connecticut shooting. another dog working in law enforcement is holland. fox files met up with him and his hdl
making the entire motown operation with him to write a theme song for this remodeled after frank sinatra's theme for new york, new york, which had been a hit a few years earlier. it being detroit, a black member of the pack, sammy davis jr. was conscripted to handle vocals but his son, hello detroit, failed to burn up the charts. we used to play it every morning on one of the local radio stations. except in belgium where it reached number one. i didn't know that. it says but now much to the attention being showered on detroit from the trendiest quarter came no small measure thanks to the city's flag. detroit's brandon became authenticity and a key component of this had to do with the way the city looked. fixing the very real problem faced by detroit that began to wonder inevitably robin detroit of some part of its essential detroitness. two your four people in the last couple days to have given the book to read have come to me and asked about that specific last line and they are curious whether what you are saying is our dysfunction is such a part of us that we can't afford to let it go?
in the musical "meet me in st. louis" but recorded first by who? >> frank sinatra. >> but kathy gets that >> she's wrong. you're totally cheating with kathie lee. >> what is the single most recorded holiday song? >> "jingle bells." >> incorrect. >> silent -- christmas song? or christmas carol? >> you don't ask -- >> silent night. >> incorrect. >> "white christmas." >> yes. ♪ i'm dreaming of a white christmas ♪ >> she does not get a point for that. this game is rigged. on christmas? you're cheating on christmas. it's sad. go back to 4. back to 4. >> we're going to play by hoda kotb rules, which is to say if she gets the last question right she wins. >> double or nothing. >> here it is. it's triple or nothing or whatever you want to call it. last question. what are the names of all 12 of santa's reindeer from the song rudolph the red-nosed reindeer? >> come dancer and prancer and comet and cupid. >> vixen. >> uh-huh. >> and rudolph and donder. it's not even donor. it's donder. and blitzen. >> did you say dasher? >> yes. >> that's 12. >> i won! no, kathie wins. >> my cd. >> kathie wins. >> kath
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's birthday as well. >> you are the single post famous people born on 12/12 i would imagine. melissa: frank sinatra is davis, and bob barker, he is super famous. >> is he still alive. melissa: a
famous people born on 12/12 i would imagine. melissa: frank sinatra is davis, and bob barker, he is super famous. >> is he still alive.
had a huge punk collection or huge r&b collection or frank sinatra was your favorite singer, for some reason you owned "thriller." >> reporter: although videos like "billy gene," "beat it" and "thriller" they were reluctant to place it into rotation. >> they presented a video of "beat it" to mtv and the president of epic records says, you don't get any other videos unless you play michael jackson. so, it was sort of a smart threat at the time, they went and played it and, of course, the response was staggering. >> reporter: michael jackson the first african-american added to what was then an all-rock lineup on mtv. a new hybrid of pop, r&b and hop by eddy van halen. it start would a phone call from producer quincy jones. >> how would you like to come down and play on michael jackson's new record? i am thinking to myself -- "abc, 123" and me. how is that going to work? low and behold, when i got there, there's quincy and there's michael jackson and engineers and they're making records. >> reporter: thriller went on to win seven grammys, but a cultural touch stone. >> this is the master
for the city modeled after frank sinatra's song, new york new york, and davis handled the vocals, but the song, hello, detroit, failed to burp up -- burn up the charts." i remember that. we played it every morning on a local radio station. >> i remember that too, yeah. >> except in belgium where it reached number one. i didn't know that. [laughter] it says, "but now the attention showered on detroit from the trendy quarters came in no small measure thanks to the city's blight. the city's brand was authenticity that had to do with the way the city looked. with fixes the very real problem facing by detroiters, i began to wonder, rorks b detroit -- robbing detroit some part of its essential detroitness." three or four people who i gave the book to read, came back and asked me about that specific last line, and they are curious whether what you're saying is that our dysfunction is such a part of us that we can't afford to let it go -- [laughter] that we can't afford to lose it. [laughter] a couple people were mad. >> yeah. >> when they asked me about that, and i said, well, you know, i don't know.
was 31 and convinced frank sinatra not only to sing but to appear in a series of commercials. >> hi, mr. sinatra. i'm steve wynn. i run this place. >> you see i get enough towels. >> the golden nugget became wynn's golden egg. las vegas was just a bunch of casinos in the 1980s when steve wynn built the mirage, the first luxury resort on the strip. outside, a volcano exploded every 15 minutes. inside, he hired siegfried and roy to perform. next door, he built another hotel and brought cirque du soleil to las vegas for the first time. the strip wasn't just about gambling anymore, and steve wynn was hailed as a visionary. >> i've been given too much credit for that, really. if you look at las vegas in the 1980s, there hadn't been anything built since 1973 new. and so the city was in a time warp. and, as has so often been the case, in the valley of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. >> so you had an idea, and you were king. >> yeah, all of a sudden, i looked like i was a rocket scientist. >> not a rocket scientist but a showman. >> captain of the britannia! ready, aim, fire! [explosions b
,500 it was the most expensive car built in the united states. proud owners included president eisenhower, frank sinatra and elizabeth tailor. hers was in a color to match her distinctive eyes. although this classic car shines like new, the luster of the lincoln brand has faded over time, the trend dean reynolds tells us the folks at ford very much want to reverse. ♪ i like a new lincoln ♪ with all of its class >> reporter: it has been the preferred means of conveyance for pluto karates, potentates and presidents. from douglas fairbanks to elvis presley, dean martin to pablo picasso, it was made for... >> the privileged world of those who enjoy america's most distinguished motor car. >> reporter: the author john steinbach wrote that no other car so satisfied my soul. bank robber clyde barrow had one though it's not known if he actually paid for it. >> there be a brand new thrill on the highway in 1951. >> reporter: its creators wanted the most luxurious ride with the most beautiful styling of anything on four wheels. something that went well with country clubs, fine wines, and beautiful peop
years and counting. >> it's like frank sinatra's farewell tour. >> it's only farewell for now. i love it. chuck leavell nice to have you with us. we appreciate it. >>> still ahead the era of western dominance could be coming to an end, a report that says china will soon top the united states. it's coming up next. gent. gent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. can your moisturizer do that? [ female announcer ] dermatologist recommended aveeno has an oat formula, now proven to build a moisture reserve, so skin can replenish itself. that's healthy skin for life. only from aveeno. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because
's on the list. he's behind, you know, thriller, a lot of frank sinatra music. i love that actually -- how there is so many different types of music that could possibly get into the hall. >> it is fascinating. i would do public enemy too. i like public enemy. does anybody think there is a sure win here? what do you think? anybody? >> yeah, i think because we saw so -- we saw -- rush will probably get in because the fan vote was so strong for them. 25% of the fan vote. they're probably in. and we also saw a strong vote for deep purple. on that fan vote list, though, heart is number three. so we'll have to see if those ladies get in there too. they deserve it. >> yeah. oh, yeah, absolutely. that's a tough act. when you look at that list, the competition is fierce. don't you think? >> you can only pick five. you can only pick five. you can make an argument for every single band. that's why they're the nominees. i think they all deserve to get in. i know that's sitting on the fence, but i love them all. >> maybe you should do a big rock on! so when do we find out? >> we got 30 minutes, yeah. w
for christmas by frank sinatra. after all these years classic christmas songs like this one are still the most popular. why is that? why do people like the modern stuff? why go back 40 or 50 years? i have an answer for you and it will be next. copd makes it hard to breathe, but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and along-acting r working together thelp improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. te your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. if you're still having difficulty breathing, ask your doctor if including advair could help improve your lung function. get your first full prescription free and save on refills at advaircopd.com. stuart: i
lesson. >> frank sinatra . uncle frank. how do you do it he said it is the air and i can tell before i hit a note if it is on pitch or not. i said did my dad do that. he said no, your father had no idea. he just did it my dad was a natural. 92 in addition to the dean martin show . go to places like that. dina martin has a white christmas cd. >> yes, i do . it is very special. it is a great cd andandy williams did his last roaring of white christmas. >> steve: he was one of your neighbors. >> i grew up with him and adore him and today is his birthday. i know. >> brian: i told you in the break. what i got my mom last year was dean martin roast . they were all drinking. >> steve: and that was real. >> gretchen: jackie gleeson. >> brian: donricles. >> they were brillian. this christmas show . see the gold diggers and pretty girls and bob newhart. it is great. >> gretchen: thanks for bringing us back in time and keeping us current with your talent as well thank you so much. merry christmas. >> steve: then blue collar jobs are booming. but there are not enough workers? hum? how to take advan
. pictures of princess di were during the reagan years. there he is trying to cut in on frank sinatra with his wife. >> even if you're president, don't do that. >> ford loved it, too. horsing around with the soccer ball. nothing better than that. but then george, too, bummer. to bed early. >> why? >> he left his own parties and he had very few of them. unlike his father who loved to have a vodka tonic in his hand. >> greenfield, that sounds like me. i may have more common in george w. than i think. i leave my own parties or fall asleep on the couch. >> at this point in my life, sounds like a wild night. >> a time when the country wants a first lady who will wear gowns and the same president who carried his own garment bag, they want him to be unimperial. that's not really right, it's too country bumpkin. so, in a sense, this is more than just the social stuff. where the country is and what it wants from its leaders. >> that's what we were after. the social aspect which isn't often analyzed. i think it does that and i think you also see, as you just mentioned, obama is in that moment w
the river from new york city and is the home of frank sinatra. we have hundreds of businesses that call our square-mile city there,. we are one of the most densely populated cities in america, more than new york city. we rank no. 1 in per-capita use of public transportation. we are a vibrant community filled with boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. hurricane sandy was devastating. the hudson river spilled into hoboken from both the north and the south. more than half of the city was flooded. three of the four firehouses and more than 7000 homes were flooded. we estimate the total damage at well over $100 million. thankfully, our main street did not flood and is open for business. even the businesses that did not flood have been severely impacted by one of our principal means of transportation to new york. the train has been flooded and still has not been restored. this is due to the difficulty of getting to and from the city. some were forced to operate at an alternate location as they tried to navigate the insurance got lead. the national flood insurance program is not designed to meet the
, herbie hancock. my very first gig ever professionally was with frank sinatra and a long stint obviously with people like sting and jonie mitchell and paul
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